1. Authentication: create an account using either your login details or your ORCID account.
2. Choice of article: Paste the DOI of the article in the dedicated field.
You can also start a translation from the page of the article you want to translate on the journal website: click on the language drop-down menu and choose "Propose a translation" (check that the article has not already been translated into the target language you want)
3. Language selection: Select the target language.
4. Tick the confirmation box and Click on the [Start] button. The article will be automatically pre-translated which can take some time.
5. Enter for each translator the following information: surname, first name, affiliation, email address.
6. Translate the metadata (title, abstract, keywords).
- If the author of the article has already provided a translation for a piece of metadata, the translation field will display this translation in grey. It will not be possible to modify the translation.
- If the author of the article has not provided a translation for a piece of metadata, the translation field will be empty and you will need to translate each piece of untranslated metadata in order to continue with the project.
7. Post-edit the article text.
8. Don't forget to click on the [Save] button to save your project.
9. Accept the terms and click on [Next]: the Editor will be informed of a new translation to be moderated. He will send the link to the author. Everyone will be able to contact you via your email address to ask questions.
10. Once validated, the translation will be put online on the Publication site, under the CC BY licence, and will be available on the article page of the source article in html and PDF format. You will be informed of publication by email.
You can log out and log back in at any time to resume a translation